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The name of my clan is Khyungpo; my family name is Josay, and my name is Milarepa. In my youth, I committed black deeds. In maturity, I practiced innocence. Now, released from both good and evil, I have destroyed the root of karmic action and shall have no reason for action in future."

Milarepa is the sixth generation of the Khyungpo tribe descending from the great clan of nomadic herdsmen in the North of Central Tibet and in direct descent from a yogi named Josay, son of a lama of the Nyingmapa lineage originating in the eighth century under Guru Padmasambhav and Vimalmitra, both originally from India. The lineage is one of the four main Tibetan schools of Buddhism and still exists.

We learn from available biographies of Milarepa that both he and his disciple Rechung practiced rigorous sadhana and attained divine bodies. "Rechung went to heaven with his body. His physical gross body had been transformed into a subtle body, and so he did not leave a lifeless body behind on earth." The example of Milarepa and his disciple Rechung tells us that Buddhism accepted the principle of the divine body and there have been several Buddhist yogis who had attained such divine bodies.

This establishes two important truths: 1. The principle of the divine body as delineated in the Indian Scriptures is not a myth and 2. Yoga as a spiritual practice is not the exclusive province of anyone religion or sect or spiritual persuasion but is for all mankind, thereby reaffirming two important principles of Sanatan Dharma: God is one and the human family is one.

About the Author

Swami Rajarshi Muni was born on 11th February 1931 in Porbandar, in western Gujarat, in the princely lineage of the Jadeja rulers of Kutch. He received sannyas initiation in February 1971 and thereafter devoted himself almost exclusively to secluded Yoga sadhana of the khechari mudra expounded and practiced in the modern spiritual tradition of Lord Lakulish, twenty-eighth incarnation of Lord Shiv, in which he is the present spiritual head. In 1993, in response to a spiritual calling, he temporarily interrupted his self- imposed seclusion to undertake a worldwide campaign to spread the knowledge of Yoga and the moral, cultural and spiritual values of the Sanatan (eternal) Indian heritage. He resumed secluded sadhana in 2007 to complete his Yoga and establish the authenticity of the principle of the indestructible Divine Body, on which he has shed profound light from a position of eminent qualification based on personal practice and experience. He is an advanced yogi, a realized Master in the classic mould of Indian adepts, knower of the kundalini and master of the khechari mudra. The extraordinary heights he has attained in his Yoga practice establish him firmly as the latest addition to the lineage of siddhs (adepts) which has long embellished the Indian spiritual tradition.

Contents

Ancestry 1
Early Childhood 2
Later Childhood 5
The first Teacher 6
The Second Teacher 7
The Third Teacher 9
The first Retribution 10
Conspiracies 11
Karmokiyen's 11
Back of Yungton Trogye 14
The second Retribution 14
Destny Intervenes: A fourth Teacher 15
Marpa: Fifth and Final Teacher 17
First Meeting with Guru Marpa 18
Guru's Strange Naure 20
Resort to Magic Again 21
Further Service: The First House 23
The Second House 24
The Third House 25
first Initiation by Marpa 27
the First Denial 30
Shrine Room and covered Walkway 30
Second Denial 31
Physical Suffereing, and aBrief Respite 32
A Failed Bluff 33
Damema Teacher Thoipaga 34
The Third Denial 35
Swinging Between Hope and Hopelessness 37
first Flight from guru's House, and Return 39
Work Resumed 40
Second Flight from Guru's House 41
Magic Yet Once More 42
Game Revealed 44
The Second Return to Guru's House 45
Nagopa's Ideal Surrender 46
Gur Marpa's Theatrics: Pretended Anger 47
Initiation at Last : Thoipaga becomes Milarepa 49
Milarepa's Sadhana and Experiences 51
Indication in Dream and Marpa's Journey to India 53
Milarepa Inutuates Leading Disciples in Various Sadhanas 53
Milarepa's Desire to Meet Mother and sister 54
Milarepa's Final Departure from the Guru's House 56
Milarepa's Dream Proves True 56
Milarepa's dream proves True 56
The first Cave 57
dagkar Taso: The Second Cave 60
Fifth Year in the Cave: First Visitiors 62
Sixth and seventh year in the cave and food 62
Eighth Year in the Cave and visitors from Tsa 63
Zessay and Peta Visit 64
Milarepa Opens Marpa's Sealed Note 65
Siddhis Attained by Milarepa 67
Departure for Drin 68
Peta Also on Milarepa's path 68
Later Sadhana and the Twenty-eight Caves 71
Poision Admisistered toMilarepa 72
Milarepa's Nirvan 74






Tibet's Great Yogi and Poet Milarepa

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The name of my clan is Khyungpo; my family name is Josay, and my name is Milarepa. In my youth, I committed black deeds. In maturity, I practiced innocence. Now, released from both good and evil, I have destroyed the root of karmic action and shall have no reason for action in future."

Milarepa is the sixth generation of the Khyungpo tribe descending from the great clan of nomadic herdsmen in the North of Central Tibet and in direct descent from a yogi named Josay, son of a lama of the Nyingmapa lineage originating in the eighth century under Guru Padmasambhav and Vimalmitra, both originally from India. The lineage is one of the four main Tibetan schools of Buddhism and still exists.

We learn from available biographies of Milarepa that both he and his disciple Rechung practiced rigorous sadhana and attained divine bodies. "Rechung went to heaven with his body. His physical gross body had been transformed into a subtle body, and so he did not leave a lifeless body behind on earth." The example of Milarepa and his disciple Rechung tells us that Buddhism accepted the principle of the divine body and there have been several Buddhist yogis who had attained such divine bodies.

This establishes two important truths: 1. The principle of the divine body as delineated in the Indian Scriptures is not a myth and 2. Yoga as a spiritual practice is not the exclusive province of anyone religion or sect or spiritual persuasion but is for all mankind, thereby reaffirming two important principles of Sanatan Dharma: God is one and the human family is one.

About the Author

Swami Rajarshi Muni was born on 11th February 1931 in Porbandar, in western Gujarat, in the princely lineage of the Jadeja rulers of Kutch. He received sannyas initiation in February 1971 and thereafter devoted himself almost exclusively to secluded Yoga sadhana of the khechari mudra expounded and practiced in the modern spiritual tradition of Lord Lakulish, twenty-eighth incarnation of Lord Shiv, in which he is the present spiritual head. In 1993, in response to a spiritual calling, he temporarily interrupted his self- imposed seclusion to undertake a worldwide campaign to spread the knowledge of Yoga and the moral, cultural and spiritual values of the Sanatan (eternal) Indian heritage. He resumed secluded sadhana in 2007 to complete his Yoga and establish the authenticity of the principle of the indestructible Divine Body, on which he has shed profound light from a position of eminent qualification based on personal practice and experience. He is an advanced yogi, a realized Master in the classic mould of Indian adepts, knower of the kundalini and master of the khechari mudra. The extraordinary heights he has attained in his Yoga practice establish him firmly as the latest addition to the lineage of siddhs (adepts) which has long embellished the Indian spiritual tradition.

Contents

Ancestry 1
Early Childhood 2
Later Childhood 5
The first Teacher 6
The Second Teacher 7
The Third Teacher 9
The first Retribution 10
Conspiracies 11
Karmokiyen's 11
Back of Yungton Trogye 14
The second Retribution 14
Destny Intervenes: A fourth Teacher 15
Marpa: Fifth and Final Teacher 17
First Meeting with Guru Marpa 18
Guru's Strange Naure 20
Resort to Magic Again 21
Further Service: The First House 23
The Second House 24
The Third House 25
first Initiation by Marpa 27
the First Denial 30
Shrine Room and covered Walkway 30
Second Denial 31
Physical Suffereing, and aBrief Respite 32
A Failed Bluff 33
Damema Teacher Thoipaga 34
The Third Denial 35
Swinging Between Hope and Hopelessness 37
first Flight from guru's House, and Return 39
Work Resumed 40
Second Flight from Guru's House 41
Magic Yet Once More 42
Game Revealed 44
The Second Return to Guru's House 45
Nagopa's Ideal Surrender 46
Gur Marpa's Theatrics: Pretended Anger 47
Initiation at Last : Thoipaga becomes Milarepa 49
Milarepa's Sadhana and Experiences 51
Indication in Dream and Marpa's Journey to India 53
Milarepa Inutuates Leading Disciples in Various Sadhanas 53
Milarepa's Desire to Meet Mother and sister 54
Milarepa's Final Departure from the Guru's House 56
Milarepa's Dream Proves True 56
Milarepa's dream proves True 56
The first Cave 57
dagkar Taso: The Second Cave 60
Fifth Year in the Cave: First Visitiors 62
Sixth and seventh year in the cave and food 62
Eighth Year in the Cave and visitors from Tsa 63
Zessay and Peta Visit 64
Milarepa Opens Marpa's Sealed Note 65
Siddhis Attained by Milarepa 67
Departure for Drin 68
Peta Also on Milarepa's path 68
Later Sadhana and the Twenty-eight Caves 71
Poision Admisistered toMilarepa 72
Milarepa's Nirvan 74






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